Re: [Grml] Some features may be dropped from GNU Screen in the future (including braille support)
I don't think there is any reason to remove braille support from grml. I've been testing it every release up to the latest and reporting the results on the grml list. I know a version just came out a few weeks ago and I haven't tested it. It's just that I happen to be on vacation. They had a really quick release cycle andI just didn't have time to test it. I certainlhy hope grml doesn't do something as drastic as dropping braille support just because I happened to be on vacation.
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On Apr 2, 2014, at 4:38 PM, Jason White <email@example.com> wrote:
> Don Raikes <DON.RAIKES@ORACLE.COM> wrote:
>> If you can't test Braille support, don't just remove it, ask for help
>> I would be happy to test Braille support on Linux, and I am sure there are
>> others who would be willing to test as well.
> Actually, I think it's mostly used by people running FreeBSD, possibly OS X
> and other operating systems, not by Linux users, because BRLTTY can directly
> read the Linux console and hence the support in GNU Screen isn't needed in a
> Linux environment.
> the best place to find users would be the BRLTTY mailing list, I suspect.
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